[GeoHumanities SIG] GeoHumSIG Digest, Vol 32, Issue 4 - spatial narrative without maps

Charles van den Heuvel charles.van.den.heuvel at huygens.knaw.nl
Sat Jul 16 09:12:58 CEST 2016


Dear Karl,
Thank you for bringing this issue further that I brought in at the Maps
and Space panel at the DH2016 conference.
I certainly would like to participate and explore with you the possibility
of a  DH2017 panel that would explore the boundaries between geographical
and topical space and that goes beyond plotting narratives of history and
literature and other rich, multidimensional dh themes as coordinates on a
map.
Best wishes,
Charles 

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>Date: Fri, 15 Jul 2016 05:20:45 +0000
>From: Karl Grossner <karlg at stanford.edu>
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>Hello Geohumanists,
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>Yesterday in an open discussion duting a "Maps and Space" session at
>DH2016 in Krak?w, the topic turned to 'mapping without GIS' and
>geohumanities scholarly products without maps at all. I made reference to
>the large and ongoing project "Geographies of the Holocaust" - several
>examples of output from that project can be seen here:
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>https://www.ushmm.org/learn/mapping-initiatives/geographies-of-the-holocau
>st
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>The experimental work I wanted to point out particularly, by Anne Kelly
>Knowles and her student, Levi Westerveld, has not been published to my
>knowledge. They shared this at a half-day workshop I convened last year
>at Stanford, "Geospatial narrative: Perspectives from the humanities,
>cartography and geographic information science."
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>A short write-up of that event, with links to material presented, is
>here: 
>https://digitalhumanities.stanford.edu/cidr-hosts-osullivan-geography-lect
>ure-and-geospatial-narratives-workshop
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>I would like very much to stage a panel or workshop on geospatial
>narrative in the humanities at next year's DH conference, what do you all
>think?
>
>Karl
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>Karl Grossner, PhD
>Center for Interdisciplinary Digital Research
>Stanford University Libraries
>http://kgeographer.org
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